Out­pa­tient Psy­chother­a­peu­tic Ser­vices:

The Palm Beach Post - Neighborhood Post - Northern Palm Beach County - - Front Page - Com­piled by Sy O'Neill, soneill@pb­post.com

In­di­vid­ual, fam­ily and group coun­sel­ing for adults and chil­dren ex­pe­ri­enc­ing emo­tional dis­tress.

Psy­chi­atric as­sess­ments, med­i­cal man­age­ment, and fol­low-ups. A cri­sis sta­bi­liza­tion unit in Belle Glade pro­vides in­pa­tient ther­a­peu­tic ser­vices.

In­di­vid­u­al­ized, in­pa­tient, ther­a­peu­tic in­ter­ven­tions for adults in a safe, se­cure, and struc­tured en­vi­ron­ment.

Emer­gency in­ter­ven­tion, de-es­ca­la­tion, screen­ing, and as­sess­ment for adults and chil­dren in emo­tional dis­tress.

Com­mu­ni­ty­based, short-term struc­tured liv­ing en­vi­ron­ment for adults who have co-oc­cur­ring men­tal ill­ness and sub­stance use di­ag­noses.

Res­i­den­tial sub­stance use treat­ment fa­cil­ity for preg­nant or non-preg­nant women, pro­vid­ing ther­apy, cop­ing skills, par­ent­ing, and life skills. Women keep younger chil­dren with them to re­duce bar­ri­ers to treat­ment and fa­cil­i­tate par­ent-child bond.

Safe and af­ford­able hous­ing for in­di­vid­u­als with men­tal ill­ness and co-oc­cur­ring men­tal ill­ness and sub­stance use, as well as in­di­vid­u­als with both men­tal ill­ness and HIV/AIDS. Li­braries Rock! That’s the theme of the Sum­mer Read­ing Pro­gram, launch­ing June 4 in the Palm Beach County Li­brary Sys­tem. Reg­is­ter at all li­braries, Book­mo­bile stops and on­line to re­ceive a point tracker

Read­ers who turn in their point track­ers re­ceive prizes, in­clud­ing tick­ets to a base­ball game at Roger Dean Sta­dium, a Chipo­tle coupon and an in­vi­ta­tion to an end-ofthe-sum­mer ice cream so­cial.

Those who com­plete their track­ers also qual­ify for a draw­ing for grand prizes, in­clud­ing mu­si­cal in­stru­ments, karaoke mi­cro­phone, wire­less head­phones or a wire­less speaker.

The Martin County Li­brary Sys­tem kicks off its sum­mer read­ing pro­gram, Li­braries Rock, on Fri­day.

Young­sters up through grade five will be el­i­gi­ble to earn free books and an in­vi­ta­tion to a fi­nale party. Teen read­ers can sub­mit book re­views and earn vol­un­teer hours and a chance to win a $50 Ama­zon gift card.

Par t i c i pant s c a n t r a c k their progress on­line by reg­is­ter­ing at mcls.beanstack. org or by down­load­ing the Beanstack Tracker app.

The Sum­mer Read­ing Sen­sa­tion Chal­lenge be­gins June 2 in the St. Lu­cie County Li­brary Sys­tem with a 2 p.m. Car­ni­val Kick­off Party at the Lake­wood Park, Morn­ing­side, Su­san B. Kilmer a nd Zor a Neal e Hursto n branches.

The e ve nt wil l f e a t ure games, crafts, mu­sic and other ac­tiv­i­ties. Young­sters can pick up their sum­mer read­ing logs for chances to win prizes.

The re adi ng c hal l e nge runs through Aug. 4 and of­fers stu­dents a chance to win a Kin­dle Fire, as well as tick­ets to a spe­cial St. Lu­cie Mets game.

Ac­tiv­i­ties com­ing up at area li­braries: 15200 SW Adams Ave., In­diantown 772-597-4200

Time to cel­e­brate: Join in a sum­mer read­ing kick­off part y and learn about up­com­ing pro­grams and events. All ages. 2 p.m. Satur­day.

Ta l k t o t he a ni mals : Busch Wildlife’s pro­gram will fea­ture an al­li­ga­tor, croc­o­dile, hawk, owl, snake, skunk and opos­sum. Learn about en­dan­gered species and ur­ban wildlife. 2 p.m. June 2.

10595 SE Fed­eral High­way, Hobe Sound 772-546-2257

The­ater fans: En­joy the At­lantic Coast The­atre per­for­mance of “Flight!” Schoolage chil­dren and fam­i­lies. 2 p.m. Wed­nes­day.

Teen artists: Lo­cal artist Shan­non Mahler Tobin will be lead­ing a work­shop on cre­at­ing col­lages. Tweens and teens. Prere gi ster. 2 p.m. June 2. 7605 Santa Bar­bara Drive, Fort Pierce 772-462-6870

Green thumbs: Learn h ow t o ge t y o u r g a rd e n ready for hot weather. Pre­sented by cer­ti­fied mas­ter gar­dener Lynda Sals­bury. 1 p.m. Tues­day. 3008 Av­enue D, Fort Pierce 772-462-2154

Movie mati­nee: Watch “Peter Rab­bit,” an adap­ta­tion of Beatrix Pot­ter’s clas­sic tale. 3 p.m. June 1.

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